Zoonotic diseases-classification in terms of reservoir host, Biology

 

Classification in terms of reservoir host


1.  Anthropozoonoses: Infections transmitted from lower vertebrate to man, e.g., rabies, plague, leptospirosis, etc.
2.  Zooanthroponoses: Infections transmitted from man to lower vertebrate animals, e .g., stap hylococcosis, huma n tuberculosis  in cattle , str ep toc oc c osis, enterobacterial infections, etc.
3.  Amphixenoses: Infection maintained both man and lower vertebrate animals and are transmitted in either direction, e.g., salmonellosis.

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